Are you writing apps for the Windows Phone? Are you concerned that prolonged static content displayed on the screen while developing your app may cause screen burn-in on that gorgeous AMOLED screen? Do you find annoying the fact that the phone keeps getting locked while working on your app, and you need to unlock the phone almost every time when you want to run your app? If yes, than you may need this app. The application displays a screensaver to avoid static images; it should be used during the idle times often encountered during the application development. If you use a phone that has AMOLED screen, it is recommended to use the dark theme. Currently the app contains the following screen-savers: - Animated Clock Simple clock that displays the current time. In the trial version, the clock is replaced with an Ad. - Pristine - full version only Simple, completely empty screen, for maximum screen protection - Shapes Madness - full version only Displays a few colored shapes that animate on the screen. - Zig Zag - full version only A simple rectangle animated on the screen, using the current theme color Here are a few simple steps that explain how to use the application: - start the Developer Screen Saver application - start the screen saver by pressing the "Start" button - start debugging your own application (the screen saver will be automatically replaced by your app) - when you exit your application (via the back button or the stop debug button in Visual Studio), the phone will automatically return to the Developer Screen Saver app Tip: you can prevent the screen from locking by enabling the option in the settings page Disclaimer: The author of this application does not assume any responsibility regarding the effectiveness of this application. Screen burn-in may still occur even if you use this app.